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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 18, 1909)
THE DEK: OMAHA, TMIKSDAY, NOVKMBFJl 18, 1900.
OFFERED FOR SALE
V ul teil (o boliers that hav been
In use t t'i l"-e building. Ihey are earfi
lTb-horsri'n er return tubular boliers, 7i
tuch diameier by U ft long. They nv
'l C. I. tunes, a Inches by 14 tl. Work
in Dresfure I Pound per iquir iiu h.
i Hat eurtare, U'.OOO ,uare fret. Urate aiea
A jure feet.
W, v are very anxious tc dlspos of these
boliers Irnmedlsloly and mill at-II at a bai-
.ain If taken at once.
V T1IF. BKK FtUILDIKd COMPANY,
17th and Karnam fcjta. Omaha,' Neb.
.HAF"KS, new and second-hand, 1110 Farn.
WE HAVE on hand a number of Ink bar
rel which we will aell at oOe e.ich. Tney
are fine for rain water or aahe. Call at
pressroom Be Publlalng Co.
FOR SALE New and 2d-hnd billiard
and pool table. We lend th world In
cheap bar fixtures, eaay payments. Hruna-wlok-Halke
Collender, 407 So. 10th St.
200 OVERCOATS SLIGHTLY t'SKD, at a
bargain A B. BINGEIt. 41 N. 16th.
CASH REGISTER Burgess-Oranden Co.,
1611 Howard street.
EVERYTHING In typewriters; Just a
few of our bargains: Kebullt No. 1 Smitn
I'remler, 111; No. 1 Oliver, IS; No. Rem
liiKton, $.13; maohlnea ablppcd on approval:
no depo-lt required.
TYI'&WKITKR EQUIPMENT CO..
306 S. 12th St.
HALL'S safes, new, 2d-hand, 1S18 Farnam
KHOLAn.SHIP on leading business col
lege fur sale at discount. Addreaa P 06.
COAL by the on. Call Webater 6S9T.
RKVERAl, good electric motora and dy
namos; also one Hawkeye power hammer,
blacksmith forge, 14 II. P. marine engine.
201 8. 10th Bt.
THREE complete vertical filing cabinets
for aale cheap. Addresa K 6S6, Bee.
ONE good second-hand organ, $30.
J. HAKaliALL (SMITH ttj.,
JOS 8. 18 th.
Opposite Court House.
FAVORITE base burner, nearly hew,
Z.2j Emmet St.
JOHr'SON INST.. 418 N. Y. L.. Tel. D. 164.
Dr. Katliryn Nicholas. MK N. Y. U Wldg
1). u. UAUNKLU Paxton Blk. Tel. Red 7117.
ilUlf'fr'MAN. lit Novlll Bids. Book freo
(f A T Andover, Egg. Lump, $6.50. R. H.
CUiVlJ Morehouse Ce., W. tltt. B.2241.
r a n xl,rtiT"i treatment. Mme. Smith,
MAUiNiUi-Aw 622 H. 14th St., third floor.
JOHN CANE la In town. Now Is th
tlm to trim trees, tielllees, grape vines.
Tel. Red 1704, Ind. A-3619, Red o. loll
Cuming Bt., 1101 8. $Eth Av.
ipvTi-Njo noX uaq.w M-"1 ui03 joj.iBnb
lsc Corn Jnlly. llalnea Drug Co., 1610 Far.
nr A nVl'TTP treatment. Mme. Smith,
iMAUiNrjliV r; S- 16tn at., third floor
JAMES RUDY. can get insurance money
by writing John or Charley.
PRIVATE HOME during confinement;
babies for adoption. Oood Samaritan Sanl
torlum, 710 lit Ave., Council Bluffs, la.
WE RENT and tepair all make of sew
ing maoiilnes. 'Fhonen, Ind., A-1663, Doug.
IwJ. reb. Cycle Co., coruer lbth and Har
ney. DR EGQERS' private confinement home.
11.1(1 Martha St. O. (W
A HOME for women during confinement.
V find homes for babies where mothers
cannot care for them. Babies boarded.
For terms address Mrs. Martha A. Lee, 401
Uancroft St., Omaha. Neb. 'Phone Doug
las r ' t
WinOMid toupees for men. GRIFFITH,
V lUOu and u FRENZKR BLK.
THE famous Velvetlna Toilet Oood. For
sals by all druggists or phone Douglas 660;l
THE SALVATION ARMY solicits castoff
clothing; In fact, anything you do not need.
We collect, repair and sell at 134 N. Uth
St . for oost of collection to the worthy
poor. Call B-hon Douglaa 4U6 and wagoa
. u u a n it at 1 1 a a r h s
R aos. Old Boston Store Bldg., 4th floor.
120 6o. 16th St. Btalrway on Douglaa 8l
OA1AHA Stammerer' In., Rams Bldg.
Private confinement horn. Mr. Dr. Klag,
1324 N. $4th. Tel., Web. 266. Ind. H-;w
A NEW BOOK, th "Underworld Sewer,"
by Joel Washburn; prlee, tl.60. Sold by
Swarts McKelvey. 10 S. Uth St. between
Douglaa and Dodge.
Arlan d Voy. Manicuring and maasaga
Uth BL Fiat a f none L. ins.
a Knit a nnt Llh-BBjix B,
UB OUtlB .,u Howard. D. 41 li
MM IS. ALLEN of Chicago, salt glow,
magnetlo and maasage treatraenta. to7 N..
k STRICTLY private home for conflne
'ments; excellent care; babies adopted;
trained nura, Kit Davenport.
WHITE WYANDOTTE8 Wo have for
aale 200 cocka, ban, cockerels and julleta
all from Neb. stai show winners. Writ
(or price. Dradshaw Poultry yards, K.
t K. Bowers. Prop., Bradshaw, Neb. -
FOR SALE Pekin, Rouen and Muscovy
ducks, geeae, Bcoteh Collie puppiea. Fred
Kucera, Clarkaon, Neb.
TO make room. Hose Comb White Leg
horn yearling hen or pullets at $10 per
001. wmie tiiey last. Mia. tr. t. Tatro,
Geneva, Neb. R. No. 1.
Uae U-NEED-A Poultry Tonle for 00
days; If your sg tncreas doe not twice
pay Tor your tomo. your money win be re
funded. D. E. Johnson Co., Omaha. Nab.
Soreenlngs. $1.A 100 lbs. Wagner, Ml N. 16th.
Right Way, Wrong Way
, WANTED Qlrl to do general house
work; good wage. Apply XYZ. this of
fice. Tbla advertisement ran for at least a week In a big dally,
which had a circulation of over 40,000, without bringing in a
The man who wrote the advertisement was a business man,
and the paper that ran the classified advertisement had up
with him at that very time the question of display space for his
business advertising. Naturally the prospect of landing It was
The advertising manager of the paper called on the man
and was told that ho, the business man, had good evidence that
advertising, in that paper at least, would not pay him, the
"Help Wanted" ad being cited as evidence.
A copy of the advertisement was shown to the newspaper
man, who said he knew what the trouble was and offered to
bet the contract that not one but a dozen replies could be had
through bis papers.
The advertisement was rewritten In this fashion:
WANTED Neat, capable girl for maid
in family of two; no washing; large,
sunny, rrlvate room and good wagea.
Apply XYfc. this office.
The day following the Insertion of the advertisement twen-'
ty-aeven replies were received. The faith of the business man
In advertising was restored and, needless to say, the paper got
the display contract.
THONE INO A-2S for good printing,
t-yrgeted Printing C., llih Carltol At
REAL KSTATB DCiLBRI.
RFHD ABSTRACT CO., Ft. prompt
ervle; get our price. ITU Feraam St.
OANOE8TAO. 4t4 Pee Hg. Tat D. tfT.
AYNE INV. CO. flrat floor N. T. Ufa.
HF.NJAMIN n. E. CO.. 477 Branded llll
REAL ESTATE TITI.C-TRfST CO.
CHAjS. K. WILLI A 41 ON. Preatdeat
REAL ESTATE P.KAI, MTATE IlANll
E. H. Ambler. 812-JO Barker Blk. D. TJi.
CI IV PROPERTY rR IAL.
Hall Place Lots
NOW FOR SALE
East fronts on Sherman Ave.,
Lt'tween Lake and Ohio, paving
1 ,rr.lk paid, perfect
grade, shade trees 40 years old.
The last and best lots on the
Ayenue. Apply at once.
East fronts on 17th.
West fronts on 18th.
433 Itamffe Bids:. Both Phones
2809 Dewey Ave.
Walking distance. Near car line
Brand new, fully modern one ard one-half-story
6-room cozy home, cement block
foundation; Carton furnace. Oood plumbing
and fine combination lighting fixturea. New
window shades. This is right down town.
Small cash payment, balance same aa rent,
and price Is only IZ.S00.
Save Your Car Fare
Stop Paying Rerit
ED JOHNSTON & CO.
1614 Farnam St 'Phone Doug. 1235.
Look at the attractive home on the N. W.
corner of 60th and Davenport St. Large
living room with fire place. Downstairs
finished In oak. One of the- most attraotlve
homes In Dundee tor the money. Terms.
We also have the neat bungalow adjoin
tng on the west. Is all modern. We believe
this Is ust what you want.. Call E. W,
Stottenberg, 46 Board of Trade Bldg.
rnone Douglas l&io.
Located at 2Sth and Corby streets, with
sewer, water and sidewalks, south frent,
within one block of 24th street car line.
Lots In the same neighborhood are selling
as high as $V00. If you want a good lot
cheap, buy on ef these.
Hastings V Heyden, 1614 Harney Street.
SOUTH SIDE BARGAIN
1528 S. 27th, rooms, strlotly modern,
furnace, five years old, large lot, east
front, polished floors ard stairway; barn
SOxSO: built for a home; a snap; owner
leaving city and must sell; be quick.
HARWOOD & IIARWXX)D,
418 Be Bldg.
A 4203 or Red 420$.
THE S. W. cor. JBth Ave. and Pop
pleton Ave., a good t-room house, with
bath, furnace, etc.; barn, fine trees;
lot 127 ft. frent on Poppleton Ave., 100
ft. on 25th Ave; a good, close-in home.
Look It up. If Interested call B. W.
Etottenberg, 43 Board of Trade Bldg.,
or 'phone D. 1510.
OWNER NEEDS MONEY
New 5-room modern house, south front.
corner lot, one block from Ames Ave. car.
dirt cheap at $2,400; $40 cash. Also neat
6-room cottage near above, all newly
paired and very cheap at $1,750, $Ji0 cash.
These are both real bargains; be sure
and see them.
J. W. Rasp Co., 689 Brandeis.
Opposite Tolf Hanson Home
Hot water heat, beamed ceilings. 6 rooms.
built by owner fer a heme; lot 44x142,
with plenty of shade and shrubbery. 10J1
N. 34th. Price, $4.&00. Paving all paid for.
W. H. GATES, Sol Agent.
(17 N. Y. Life. Phone Doug. U94.
A RESIDENCE SNAP
Owner going away, offer nearly nw
i-room houae, worth $2,600, for $2,100; act
W. W. MITCHELL,
Board of Trade Bldg. Omaha, Neb.
FOREST HILL PARK LOT
ONE OF THE FINEST
N. W. corner ith and Wil
liam ats., 60x126; all special In
and paid for; a choice place to
build for home or Investment;
for quick sale, $2,100.
R. H. LANDERYOU,
423 Board of Trade,
Tel., Doug. 2151; Ind. A-2161.
SEVEN-ROOM cottage, all modern except
heat. Corner lot. Corner S3d and Webster.
FOR SALE By awner, f-reom hous,
modern, on paved street, close to car line.
CITY PROPCBTY TO S ALB.
$4.4riliT Cealte-I Ave. This
bungalow has five large rooms
and bath en first fleer; large
bedroem an second fleer; liv
ing room and dining room
finished In letd quarter
sawed whit eak. Handaeme
brick flrlae In living reom.
Halance ef the house very at
traettvely finished In gum
wood. CemblnaHen eleetrt
light and ga fixture. All
the hardware I brushed
braes and bronie. Large ee
manted basement with good
furnace. An up-to-date, well
constructed bungalow In flrst
clas neighborhood. where
values are steadily Incrcaa'ng.
A safe Inveemnt. aa well
as an attrsctlve "home.
U.MW (421 Cuming St., new
twe-stery. seven-reom square
house, strictly modern, com
bination eleetrie light and gas
fixtures; feur large bright bed
rooms second floor. Stalr'way
to floored attl. Full cemented
$4.fi Biag California St.. new
seven-room, twe-stnry frame
house, all modern; first floor
finished In selected oak. with
oak floora; second floor nat
ural wood. The hardware
throughout solid bronie. A
substantial well built house In
a first-class location. Easy
George & Co., 1601 Farnam St.
Walnut Hill Home
For $t.7M you can own a good house of
six rooms and hall, modern except heat,
fine corner lot KxlM. nlee shade and yard,
In choice neighborhood, pretty street, con
venient to car line and stores, cistern at
rear of house; we have but a short time
if sell this In, so act quickly; cash or
Five-room cottage In Clifton Hill, ready
for occupancy December 1; can sell either
with or without furnace; eemented base
ment; good fixtures; house Is well br.llt;
lcoks attractive and Is nicely arranged;
lot 44x121; close t ear line, stores and
churches; price. $3.fs. without furnaoo;
satlafactory terms to good party.
SHIMER & CHASE CO.,
309 S. 17th St., Opposite Court House.
Nothing Like It
Ever Offered Before
Brand new home ef t rooms and recep
tion hall, splendidly built, eeiupletaly
modern, with fine outslda sleeping perttco.
First floor, , Including open stairway and
floors finished In beautiful osk; fine com
bination lighting fixtures; Carton furnaoe;
new window shades; one-half block from car
line and close t stores, schools and
churches. Price only $3,309. with $10 cash,
2!0 annually and balance monthly pay
ments, same as house will rent fer. 8e
r 'phone us at one about thl. Will surely
sell eulck en than term and yau'll buy It
lr you will let us shew you this fin prop
erty. Don't Pay Rent
ED JOHNSTON & CO.
'Phone Doug. 1236. 1614 Farnam St.
2616 TEMPLETON STREET
REDUCED TO $2,750 .
Owner ha InstrucUd u to cut the price
on ims rine i-raom cottage noma If aold
nai i m oays. mar ar room on
tn iirst riser; also hath and on roam on
in aeoona rioor; ais larg store room.
Porch all around the front and neat M
flrat claaa plumbing throughout; south
frent lot; shade treea In front and bearing
run nmmm in me yara; in location la
very aeairaDle. belna In a home ewnara1
district, within two blocks of Ames Ave,
car line and within three blncka of 14th Rt
MADiiaus sl heiuin, 1S14 Harney St,
Near Field Club .
A very comfortable t-room
all modern heuae, tn excellent
condition and large lot, 61x124;
fine shad trees; situated on
8. Ssth St. Immediate posses
sion. The Byron Reed Co.,
213 S. 14th St.
'Phn Deug. 27; A-SU4.
U. P. and B. & M.
track run by N. W. corner, 2Sth and
Oak Sts. W offer this corner, 84x16$.
Opposite Hull' nw yard. Near 8.. 34th
ear line. Only $1,000.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO
1001 N. Y. Life Bldg., Doug or A 3151.
A BEAUTIFUL NEW HOME
Sevan room and reception hall, large
living room entire length of seutu side of
house, larg eea 'ema. plenty or oioais,
finely finished; full east frent lot, pavd
ueet, In the waatirn part of city. Price
1 right and
VERY EASY TERMS
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
&24 New York. Life Bldg.
FOUR ROOMINU HOUSES.
124 S. 30lh, -lt-, all modern, close In,
Ill 8. 11th. t-R.. modern, elaae In. $30.
101 N. 16th, 14-R., olese In, corner, steam
1913 Douglaa. t-R., modern, close In, $37.50.
PAYNE, HOSTWICK 4 CO., N. Y. L1FS.
THREB HANSCOM9 PARK HOMES.
1316 8. list, t-R., strictly modern, in fin
shape Inside, newly painted outside, nice
street, only $Si.
1X11 8. lid, eholee t-R., strictly modern
hem In very best shape. .
IThI Park Ave., one ef the nicest T-R
houses In this district, all modern, ho
water heat. $U.
PAYNE. BOSTWICK 4V CO., N. Y. LIFE.
GOOD WARM HOUSE.
1410 Sea ard St., t-R., all modern, In
eluding new furnace, every room newly
papered, close t ear. only I3M
PAYNE. BOSTWICK CO.. N. T. LIFE)
I WANT an offer on lot t. block 20. erirl-
pal plat of the rlty of Omaha, with tw
houve. iao nd IIU California atreeL I Mi.
N- York Life Bui'din.
GOLDEN 'S ALL METAL
321 Rami Bldg.
HOUSE FOR SALE 414 Capitol Ave. 11
rooms, all modsrn, large living room; down
stairs all oak; four room and bath up
stair In birch; larg attic, concrete cellar,
hot water heat, ga and el c trio llgct. Gar
age for auto. Built tor a hem by day
labor. For Information Call Harney 27?t or
FOR quick return liat your real eetata
for sale and exchange with me; no aale,
no pay. W. W. Mitchell. Beard of Trad
Bid-., Omaha, Neb.
f-room house, modern, except heat; nlee
lot. paved street, en car line. No. Hit S.
$9th St. Price $3 .
P. O. NEILSEN aV CO. .
70S N. T. L. Bldg. Both Phones.
IfM EVANS Ft T rooms, new. modern,
$3.7U. Call W $1.
city PRorNTY ra iaib.
2809 Dcwcy Ave. .
Walking distance. Near car line
Brand new. fully modera one and one-half-etory
l-room cesr home, cement block
foundation: Carton furnace. Good plumbing
and fine cemblnatlnn lighting fixturea. New
window shade. Thl I right down town
Small cash payment, balance same aa rant.
Save Your Car Fare
Stop Paying Rent
ED JOHNSTON CO.
1614 Farnam St. Thon Doug. 12.15.
FAHAI AVI) UA.MI1 i.AMU rOH gAlK
WE are making homes for a million peo
ple on the greatest Irrigated tract In Cali
lernia. Our nw booklet, "Cailiornia Now
or Never," the finest California book ever
printed, lc. Eaay payment. 8 our Dig
exhibit at Chicago's grant land show, Nov.
2o to Dec. 4. Yy want an army of "llv
ones" with us to build this greatest new
community. Organise a oilony. Write to
day for free Information. H. L. Hotllater,
2u6 LaSalle St., Chicago.
FOR SALE or trade MW-acre farm, well
Improved; 11 milea from county seat, 4 mil's
10m railroad station. For particulars ad
dress Charles Nlenous, Holyoke. Colo., P.
O. Box 1.4.
40,000 ACRES AT $3
This land Is partly under Irrigation now
and can alt be Irrigated. Offer; d at thla
remarkably low price for quick sale in
order te close partnership. Worth your
m.ili III InvMlllll
Suite 624 New York Life Bldg.
FARM ef 73 acres, en banks of Wall lake.
Iowa: well Im Drove!, aned boat landing.
good fishing; an, Ideal reaort; ne trade;
price $15 per acre. Addreaa Box , Auburn,
SUMNER county. Kansas. Improved
farms for sale. Would like to work with
Nebraska and Iowa agents. C. L. Haslet,
We have ltO.OM acres f eholee land to
Select from, ranging In pries from $s to
$14 per acre.' This land Is In the ell and
gs district and you might get an oil wall
with your land.
IN J V A 1 A. 1 i"S L' MnLJ I L Ui
Suit (24 New York Lit Bldg.
SOUTH DAKOTA STATU LAND: 40
acres In Irrigation district; cash; $J0
each year thereafter for six years; low
rate Interest. Fostefflce Box ITS, Council
M ACRES, Pennington county. South Da
kota. Kvery acre can b cultivated: good
oil; t mil from good town; tit per aere.
j. a. nor, a,, leuncit aiiuiig. la.,
Ill Shugart Blk. 'Phone 814.
Twanty choie Quarter f aeetlons fin
farming land In Morrell etranty, formerly
a part of Cheyenne county western Ne-
eraska. - -
All fine level land, aood black soil, abun
dant water, JO to Bt feet.
Especially adaoted for asneral farming.
alfalfa, hegs and dairying, excellent crops
or wneat, eats, corn ana potatoes are
grown In this locality.
W can offer these fine quarter sec
tion AT $13.50 AN ACRE
Th Union Pacific Railroad company
ha just announced that It will build Its
lln west from Northport along the south
side ef th North Platte river, and the
moment work starts on thl extension
next spring this land will dOubl in value.
If you want to secure one or more of
these flue farms at the low price offered,
go ut with us next Thursday, November
Writ r telephone Douglas 1160.
HICKS REAL ESTATE CO.,
Xll Chamber Commerce Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
330 acre of a fine land ga lays out of
doors. A well Improved farm only 2V4 miles
to a live growing town In eastern Ne
braska. For a quick sale we orfer It
AT $45 PER ACRE
Worth while to look thla up.
NOWATA LAND & LOT CO.,
Suit 624 New York Life Bldg.
FARM BARGAIN Mut b sold en ac
count of owner' health; well Improved
UO-aer farm, seven and a quarter miles
from town; prioe, $36 per acre; easy lerma.
J. T. CauipkulL, Lichfield. Neb.
im ACRES, Mcl'herson county. Neb., $t
J. U. BONE, Council Bluffs, la.,
31$ Shugart blk. 'Phone 814.
GOOD LAND CHEAP: 100 acres In cen
tral Nebraska, all good land, $5.24 per
acre; $t24 cash; $52 each year for eight
years. Peatoffica box 404, Omaha, Neb.
OOOD LAND. 16t acres. 20 miles from
Omaha, $5 per acre; $384 rash; balance sev
eral years. Posloffice Box - 173, Counoil
TEXAS homes and Investments.
FERGUSON 4V WRIGHT,
Deug. 1U4. $07 N. Y. Life Bldg
FOR SALE First-class enttle ranch In
eaatern Wyoming. Will easily run 1.000
head of cattle, mi acrea under Irrigation;
2O0 acre in alfalfa. . Oood Improvements.
Musi sell on account of falling health. Ad
dress Lock Box 33. Atlantic, la.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
LOANS te horn owner and horn build
ers, with privilege ef making partial pay
meat aeml-annually. No ommisaiaa.
W. IL THOMAS,
M9 Firat National Bank Bldg.
$101 tc tlO.tut mad promptly. F. D. Wead,
Wead Bldg., lsth and Farnara.
6ECOND MORTGAGE loana negotiated.
Apply Rooma 417-1 Flrat National Bank
Bldg. Ball pnone Douglas ill.
FIVE PER CENT MONEY
to loan on
Omaha Businee Property.
I THOMAS bRENNAN,
Room 1. Nw York Lit Bldg.
tuOt to $5,000 on horn In Omaha. O Kef
Real fcatat Co., 1001 N. Y. Lift. Doug, or
MONEY TO LOAN Payr Inv.atmxat Co
WANTPD City loana Peter Trust Co.
WANTED City loana and warrants. W.
Farnara Sinlih it C.. UN Faraan St.
PAYNE. BOSTWICK ft CO.. N. Y. Ufa
Private money. $?, te I Jt, low rat.
LOWEST RATES Berala, Brandt La Bldg.
GARVIN BROS.. $11 N. Y. Ufa. $M0 te
000 en Improved property. No delay.
t FARM and city loana; optional pay
meut; on delay. L 8)bbrnao. Omaha,
NORMS SELECTS DELEGATES
Montana GoTernor Hire to Need for
MODEL BOAT TO BE SEEN HERE
Mlaaoarl River Cowareaa la I-eemr
Will nrlag Great Maay laflaea
tlal Me t Take Part l .
Oovernor Edgar L. Norrl of Montana
has named a doxen delegate to th Mis
souri Rlvr congress and has taken Into
consideration what the congress means to
th development of the territory adjacent
to th Yellowstone rlvr. Following ar
th delegate from Montana:
Thomas Alexander, Forsyth.
P. K. Hollenbeck, Forsyth.
D. O. I.ockwocd, Fort Benton.
Louis Roslswlok, Oreat Falls.
H. O. Douglas. Olendlve.
E. 8. Herrlck. Glendlv.
J. R. Wldmyer. Olendlve.
Thomas IHgnan, Olssgow.
David Oordon. Glaesow.
C. A. Wltlmeler, Culhertson.
L. 1). Bishop, Culhertson.
Jere Sullivan, Fort Benton.
Model Boat to Be Her.
A. B. Bell, chairman of the program
committee for the river congress, was In
Omaha Tuesday and assured the local
members of th committee that he had
secured a model steamboat with a steel
bottom to show at the congress In Omaha,
December 14, 15 and It. The other mem
ber of the program Committee ar F. W.
Stanahan of Fort Benton, A. M. Clendenlng
of Kansas City, H. O. Garrett of Fremont,
W. R. lleaton of Tankton, W. R. Cliilds
of Kansas City, Kan.; F. A. Reynolds of
Chamberlain, S. D.; John Bruaegger of
Wllliston, N. D. ; W. K. Kavanaugh of St.
Louts. J. B. Wootan, W. R, Watson and
Joseph Polcar of Omaha. Mr. Bell has
gone to Kansas City and Jefferson City
In th Interest Of the congress.
Among the interesting thing to be aeen
at the annual meeting of the congress
will be a demonstration of th boiler
efficiency of lignite coal, by which it Is
expeoted to demonstrate to steam pro
ducer of Omaha that the price of coal
may be cut nearly In half. Tuesday even
ing the congress will attend the National
Corn exposition and pay particular atten
tlon to the Grat Northern exhibit. That
road Is especially Interested In dry farming
REAL ESTATE WANTED
VACANT lots and houses. Have cash
buyers. 411 Varhach Blk. Red 3tM7. A-SUa.
WE HAVE BUYERS FOR
I, t and T-ioom house. Tf prists ar ligbt
w can sell your property for- you,
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
Suite Z4 N. Y. Life Bldg.
$3,506 STOCK hardware and furniture for
On aha residence; about same value.
$7,000 Stock Ueneral Merchandise, lo
cated tn good lowa town, for good farm
land or Omaha Income property.
$u,000 Stock General Merchandise, east
ern Nebraska town, for good farm land.
2 modern well located U in ah a residences
for atock of merchandise.
Oood Seward county, Nebraska, farm for
. W. W. MllvliELiL,
Board of Trad Bldg. Omaha, Neb.
FOR SALK or exchange For dear land.
stock of clothing, lecatsd In raatern Ne
braska. Will Invoice about UO.OOu. For
particular address J. R- Collins, 42$ Main
treat. Fremont Neb.
FOR EXCHANGE S20 acres fine land In
Dallam, Texas. What have you.' E. B.
Marquis, Atlantic, la.
TRADES. TRADES, TRADES.
Farms. Income, mdse. List with ua.
ABBOTT REALTY CO., Brand! Bldg.
WANTED TO BUY
BF.3T pne paid for second-hand furni
ture, carpets, clothing and shoe. Tel. Dug
HIGHEST prloea for furniture, tc.
BULL'S Furn. Slot. 140t Dodg. Red 1031.
BALTIMORE 2d-hand store pays best
rlc ikl-band furniture, clothes, etc O.
WANTED a tecond-hand Troy washer or
similar machine, to be run by steam power,
at Child Saving Institute. 18th and Ohio
streets, Phone Webster lL
THE PUTNAM COMPANY. 504 N. Y
Life, Omaha, pay highest prices for old
line Insurance policies
LADY with several year' bualaeaa train
In. deairea Doalllea eoillar either la oity
or will travel. Al reteraco. Address
W MT. ear Baa
Coal and Wood Wfti
WANTED By young man, plae to work
for beard while attending Boylea college.
YOUNO Jaoanes wUhes position as
house man, understands cooking. Address
B bp. Be.
SITUATIONS wanted: hav had 15 year'
experience In the retail shoe business, both
aa buyer and salesman: wants a position
at once; am not afraid of work and do
not expect higher salary than 1 can earn.
Address x b, uee.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
M. H. Complon and wife to C. J.
Augustine, lots IS to 1M. Rust 4k"
Ryerson's addition $ 1,600
J. T. Hlllqulst and wife to H. D.
walker. n or lot lu. Dioca 4.
Drake's addition 3,700
J. K. Stevens to Anton Tvrdlk, lot
18, block Z. Potter & Cobb Second
addition . 1,200
W. M. Irving to Feter and Annie
Plernlckl. - lots 16 and It. block 6.
Summit addition 2,650
J. C. Pontius to Jessie C. and Alma
C. and Alma J. Pontius, lot 3, block
t, Ilansoom place
Emma A. Headley and husband to
A. 11. Rosenbaum. e45 feet lot 4.
block S, Smlthfield 6,000
Anna uccague to jane a. Ntw
vllle, lot 24, block 2, Hoppe' Bo
nanza addition 100
W. T. Graham and wife to Herman
Schneiderwlnd. lot 7, block 4. Hume
O. C. Redlck to Emily C. Nordln, lot
11, block 8. Clark Itedick addition. 6W
Alexander Backlund and wife to Juli
ana Roos, lot 4, block 15, Park For
Maiden Investment company to John
KUIotL lot T. block 11. Hillsdale ad
G. W. Smith to Ixulse Smith, part
lot 3. block 17. E. V. Smith addi
O. E. Cole and wire to F. L. nsllup.
lot 15. block I, Military addition
Homestead company to Michael
Fronk. Jr.. lot If and n 7M.
J. O. Arthur and wlf to W. 8. Rod
man, lot It and W. block 4. Kilbv
L. V.. Johnson and wlf to H. E. Wal
lace, lot t. Mock 4, and other lota,
H. L. Akin to Mary F. Akin, lot 1.
block 1, Enelld place
Psrah K. Lefler to C. .1. If1er. n4fi
feet lot t. block M. South Omaha....
8. C Brewster and wife to Thomas
Plaekatt. 12 itm In e4 and
neV4. wM -lR-2
Ssm to tame, tract In se4 nw Sft-
J. W. Mesdimher to Mabel M. Ooa
r.rv lot 4, block F, Shlnn'a Seeond
J. L. Faker and wife to Omaha A
Council Bluff a Street Railway eom
nv. sub lot I, government lot t,
E. C. Woleott and wife to R. J. Wel
rott. n0 feet lot 1 and t. block t.
Mvers. Richard Tilden's addi
W C. Thorn to W. L. Selby, lot fc
W. L. Bolby ub 80
... Witt I
I AW A ,.
The ordeal through which the expectant mother must pass is such that
she looks forward with dread to the hour when she shall feel the thrill '
of motherhood. Every woman should know that the danger and rain
of child-birth can be avoided by the use of Mother's Friend, which
renders pliable all the parts,
assisting nature in its work..
By its aid thousands of
women have passed this
crisis in safety. JZVi
ttenk ef lafermatlea te woairv eaat rrae.
1UX B SAD FIELD RULATOIl CO.
methods, aa th road run through 440
mile of country which will never be made
to profitably produce grain, except by dry
Proposition to Adopt Interstate Class
ifications Wherever Practicable
WASHINGTON, Nov. 17.-Because of the
contention of many of the member that
an attempt was being made to limit the
power of stat railway oommlsaioners, an
acrimonious discussion marked the open
ing of the annual convention of the Na
tional Assoclntlon of Hallway Commission
era her Tuesday. The discussion arose over
the, recommendation of a commission that
the1 convention endorse the Idea of a fed
eral law giving the Interstate Commerce
commission authority to prescribe uni
formity In classification for Interstate traf
fic and vrglng atate commissioners to
make exceptions sparingly. Commissioner
Gothlln of Ohio contended that those who
voted for the report bound themselves to
maintain the classification fixed by the
commission on intrastate shipments. Ha
was supported by Commissioner Burr of
Commissioner Clark of the Interstate
commission and chairman of the commit
tee which mad the report declared the
Ohio commissioner was unfair In placing
such an Interpretation upon the report.
He said the committee simply 'desired to
call attention to the necessity of excep
tions not being made.
"In the southern classification today 85
per cent are exceptions and SO per centt
are the original," declared Mr. Clurk.
The Ohio commissioner wanted the con
vention to strike ou; a portion of the re
port, but he waa voted down by IS to 39.
The report of the committee was then
Martin H. Decker of the New Y c Pub
lic Utilities commission and pres. t of
the association addressed th convention
and A. H. Smith, vice president of the New
York Central, spoke on the progress of
safety In railroad operation. Mr. Smith
asked for public co-operation to reduce
the dangers from trespass upon railroad
is Killed by Car
Former Tennis Champion is Run
Down on Street Crossing in
! .CHICAGO, Nov. 17. Krelgh Collins, one
of the best known tennis playem in this
country, was killed by a street car here
tonight. H was run down while crossing
a street and 'almost InBtantly killed.
Collins waa probably the greatest player
ever produced In the west and held the
western champloneh'p In 1X87, 1898, 1S00. U02,
1903, 1904, 1906 and 1906. Paired with L.
Harry Waldner, he won the western doub
les title In 1902. 1903' and 1906 and In 1904 he
won the same honors with Ray D. Little
of New York as his partner. In 1903 Col
Una and Waldner won the all-comers doub
les in the ea3t and In 1902 they were run
nersup in the same event.
Collin lost th western championship to
Nat Emerson of Cincinnati In HO and
since then has taken no part In tourna
ment play becauae of the weakness of his
Gives Up Fight
Healer Accused of Mental Malprac
tice Bows to Decree of Mother
BOSTON, Nov. 17. For twenty hours, ten
yesterday and ten today, Mrs. Augusta K.
Stetson of New York, accused of "mental
malpractice" was In secret conference with
the board of directors of the First Church
of Christ, Scientist, In the Inner council
room of th mother church. While the
deliberations were secret It result was
apparent lata tonight when 'Mrs. SteUon
Issued a statement In which she assarts
that she bows to the judgments of the
mother church director against her and
furthermore that he will obey "my leader,"
by uniting with those who felt It waa right
to condemn her In their testimony.
Ye, a few elegant free homesteads can
till be had In Mexico, where many Ameri
cans are now locating. You do not rv.n
hav to go to Mexico, but ur required to
have five acre of fruit trees planted
within fiv year. For Information prln'ed
in English regarding Mexican homesteads,
address Th Jantha Plantation Company,
Block 4(9, Pittsburgh, Pa. You can hav
yur tree planted and your land worked
on shares, so as to bring you a thousand
dollar a year. Th health conditions ar
perfect and the climate grand.
POWER SITES AND PETROLEUM
Secretary Balllnger Withdraw Mora
I.aad In Oregea mmd Callforala
WASHINGTON, Nov. 17 -In lln w th
his policy of leaving to congress th en
actment ef legislation affecting the dispo
sition of public lands containing power
site and petroleum deposit, Secretary
Balllnger today announced the withdrawal
from settlement of locations In different
part of th west. Thete Included 2,052
acre alpng the White liver, 440 acre of
which, however, are embraced In pending
claim; approximately 240,280 acres along
the Crooked river, i 441 acres along the
Middle Fork of the John Day river, 9.031
acres along the earth fork of the same
liver and T.sM acrea along the south fork.
All ths wlthdrawala are in Oregon and
are believed to contain water sit possibili
ties. Secretary Balllnger alio announced th
" Tjvr Is the Joy of the household, fot
1 happiness can be
Asxi complete. Angels sn-.ilc at
ana commend tne tnoucms
and aspirations of the mother
cendinr over the cradle.
withdrawal of 62.545 acre in California
for action by congres affecting th dl
poMtlon of petroleum deposits, making up
to this time 3.621.0G2 acres In this class of
NOTED BANDIT PLEADS GUILTY
Henry' Starr Aekaewletges Robbing;
Hank mt Amlly, Colo., La
LAMAR. Colo., Nov. 17,-IIenry Ptarr.
a noted bandit, - surprised a ruun n
full of spectatora here this afternoon by
pleading guilty to the charge of having
participated In the robbery of the bank at
Amity Inst spring. '
Since his capture some months ago
Starr has Insisted ha w-as Innocent and
that an attempt wa being made to con
vict Mm on his past record. If ald he
had reformed prior to the Amity robbery.
No evidence was heard today.
Stair's wife and bnby were In court
and Mrs. Surr was heart-broken when her
husband pleaded guilty.
The Best Cough Syrup i$
Easily Made at Home.
You enn make a full pint of couarh
yrup in five minute by this recipe
enough to laet a family a long
time at a cost of only 64 cents. ' It
Is not only cheaper, but better, than
the cough medlclnjs you buy. Its
taste Is pleasant children Uke.lt. It
stops obstinate cough In a hurry,
and is splendid for other throat
troubles. , , , , ,
Granulated Sugar Syrup 134 o.
Plnex ihk os
Put 2 4 os. of Plnex In a pint bottle
and fill up with granulnled augar
syrup made a follow: Tak a pint
of granulated sugar, add V pint of
warm water and stir about 2 minutes.
Take a teaspnonful every on, two
or three hour.
This recipe will not work with any
of the weaker pine preparations.
Use the real Plnex itself, which Is the
moit valuable concentrated compound
of Norway White Pine Extract. All
druggists have It, or can get It easily
Strained honey can be used Instead
of the syrup, and makes a very fine
hor.ey and pin tar cough syrup
MJL1) WASH CUKES. ECZEMA.
Simple IJquld Found. 1 Successful
Where All Other Keinedles Fall.
Ordinary oil of wlntergreen, mixed with
thymol, glycerine and other Ingredients,
Is known to cure akin diseases. This pre
scription, carefully compounded . la cor
rect proportion, can now be obtained on
a special offer put up in a 2So bottle.
This mild, soothing liquid, known as D.
D. D, Prescription, la w-ashed Into, the kln
and Instantly the itch is gone.
That a permanent cure can be effected
by the first bottle we cannot guarantee.
But ten yearn of experience with D. D. D.
have shown us that every sufferer get
Instant rellof from the itch; you will feel
soothed and refreshed at once.
Call at our store and we shall be glad
to tell you more about this standard eo
Sherman & McConnell Drug Co., Cor.
16th and Dodge Sts.; Owl Drug Co., Cor.
16th and Harney Sts.
Beat remedV for CGUCR1 COLE 3,'
CROUP, S6BI THKOAT, . all 4
oi th breathing rgaaa.
Th pleataat, ethia. Dealing, gerav.
killing air al Hyomei i the ealy raedy .
that can reach aa kill catarrh troM. . .
Complete outfit, including pecaat iahalat,
$1,00. Extra bottles, if eWwaids Beaded,
50c. DRUUQ1STS ICVER Y WHURE.
Free Sample ."hVI
Co., Buffalo. N. Y., today and re
ceive a trial bottle by return mall.
Two oreat Essentials.
Coed Qiudiv and tbttpucs Botfc arc conv
the renowned Silver Polish, t'aequalled for
t leaning and I'oluhinx
SILVKK WARE, other
fine metals and cut glass.
By Ht aw vack linteUker
and expense ar saved.
Absolutely harmless. In
pousrhold use over 40
years, g elus substitutes.
The f.h-ctro Silicon d . CI ill St.. hrw Yurk.
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